Chicago’s culinary scene continues to dazzle on the world stage.
Friday is National Coffee Day, and national chains including Dunkin’ Donuts, Krispy Kreme, McDonald’s & 7-Eleven are offering free cups of coffee.
Save yourself the cost of an airline ticket to Munich: Celebrate Oktoberfest, Chicago-style.
Owner Lettuce Entertain You says it is considering plans to “re-concept the space” at 676 N. St. Clair.
Gus Alpogianis, part of three generations of restaurant owners, died Wednesday at 85. His restaurants included Kappy’s American Grill in Morton Grove.
The restaurant opens to the public on Sept. 4. Patrons can access it via the entrance at 117 E. Lake.
All ingredients have to be imported — hops from the U.S. or Germany, grains from several European countries.
Some nutrition professionals have expressed doubts about some of the so-called “healthy” drinks and sides offered, such as flavored milk.
George Bannos, 65, who ran the Heaven on Seven restaurants with his brother Jimmy Bannos, died of a heart attack Tuesday at Lutheran General Hospital.
Kraft Heinz Co. said Wednesday the new brand has no connection to Winfrey’s deal with Weight Watchers.
Byron’s owner Mike Payne told me Wednesday that closing for good was never a consideration.